Session guest tonight: Tiny Ruins (also known as New Zealand based Hollie Fullbrook).
Join the 3.46 club with your early morning host Richard Allinson.
Aled Jones says Good Morning Sunday to Lucinda Dickens Hawksley.
Steve Wright with another selection of classic love songs, old and new.
Sir Terry Wogan is joined by Omid Djalili and has live music from Kina Grannis.
Barbara Windsor launches the BBC Radio 2 Audience Award for the Olivier Awards 2012.
Johnnie celebrates the 70s, playing classic tracks and archive sessions.
A tribute to the late Bill Cotton
Sir Michael Parkinson celebrates the very best in songwriting and performance.
Michael Freedland continues to track the life of 'the fastest gagman in the business'.
Diane-Louise Jordan reflects on the way people's faith affects their lives and the world.
Russell muses about museums, celebrates swing and the birthday of pianist Keith Ingham.
Clare Teal with the best in big band sounds from the 1930s to the present day.
The greatest songs and performances from Hollywood, Broadway and Tin Pan Alley.
Great music after midnight on Radio 2 and more unusual tracks in Tunes of the Unexpected.
Great tunes and oddball conversation with Alex on the Best Time of the Day Show.
60 years on - have you had a close encounter with the Queen?
Monday 6 February 2012